5th Grade Environmental Project

Santa Cruz Sentinel, Name Dropping: Students Assist with Cleanup of Cowell Beach

Santa Cruz Sentinel, 12/9/2019, ” Students assist with cleanup of Cowell Beach.” Fifth-grade students and ninth-grade students at Mount Madonna School participated in a cleanup of Cowell Beach on Friday. The fifth graders are studying great white sharks as their in-depth class…

Watsonville Patch: 5th Graders Are Marine Scientists For A Day At Santa Cruz Wharf

Watsonville Patch, 12/9/2019, “5th Graders Are Marine Scientists For A Day At Santa Cruz Wharf,” by Courtney Teague. SANTA CRUZ, CA — For fifth graders of Watsonville’s Mount Madonna School, class was in session at the wharf Friday. Students learned about the…

Santa Cruz Sentinel: Mount Madonna Students Receive EPA Youth Award

Santa Cruz Sentinel, 7/20/2019, Mount Madonna students receive EPA youth award | Name dropping.” The United States Environmental Protection Agency selected the 2017-18 fifth-grade class at Mount Madonna School in Watsonville to receive the President’s Environmental Youth Award for its work to…

India West: MMS Students to Receive President’s Environmental Youth Award for Their Efforts to Protect Humpback Whales

India West, 6/1/2019, “MMS Students to Receive President’s Environmental Youth Award for Their Efforts to Protect Humpback Whales.” The United States Environmental Protection Agency has selected the 2017-18 fifth grade class at Mount Madonna School to receive the President’s Environmental Youth Award…

Students to Receive the President’s Environmental Youth Award for Their Efforts to Protect Humpback Whales

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has selected the 2017-18 fifth grade class at Mount Madonna School (MMS) in Watsonville to receive the President’s Environmental Youth Award (PEYA) for their work to fight environmental threats faced by humpback whales. The awards…

International Otter Survival Fund newsletter: Children Helping Monitor Sea Otter Disturbance in California

International Otter Survival Fund newsletter, number 97, January 2019, “Children helping monitor sea otter disturbance in California.” This organization is based on the Isle of Skye near Scotland’s northwest coast. Fifth graders from Mount Madonna School joined a Sea Otter Savvy programme…